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    Icon Lookin for some advice...

    It's been a long time since I posted here, back then my pieces were pretty static and boring. So after a break from here and massive amounts of study now I'm back with some new stuff.

    I created this piece while practicing a way to use the brush with a pressure sensitivity on opacity rather then my previous method of creating a piece with strokes of all the same opacity and building up. It seems to make the process of creating an image go a lot faster but I still don't feel like I'm doing it right.

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    Well I think it looks not too bad this far!!! I actually like the robot figure..
    It could need more values!! Values bring things that are flat to life!!!

    The background needs work!!!! Keep it on!!

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    I like it how the eyes look right at ya. I would suggest making the second closest robot more 3D.
    "No! The real question is... why don't people draw their own free clipart, that way the clip art it is always free."

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